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From New York Times Bestseller Mimi Jean Pamfiloff, comes a standalone Paranormal Romcom about second chances. CAN THIS EVIL VAMPIRE CHANGE HIS WAYS? Just a few short years ago, a medical miracle turned this ancient evil vampire into a human baby. Just a small setback in Mr. Nice’s plans for world domination, right? Wrong. Because now a slight problem with the transformati From New York Times Bestseller Mimi Jean Pamfiloff, comes a standalone Paranormal Romcom about second chances. CAN THIS EVIL VAMPIRE CHANGE HIS WAYS? Just a few short years ago, a medical miracle turned this ancient evil vampire into a human baby. Just a small setback in Mr. Nice’s plans for world domination, right? Wrong. Because now a slight problem with the transformation has left him aging five times faster than a regular human. Sure, he’s happier and stronger than he ever was in his past human life (These vitamins do wonders!), but if he wants to live, he’ll have to find a vampire willing to turn him. Fast! Of course, none of them are crazy enough to do it. Not after the hell he put the vampire world through, including the vampire king. “Will no one give me a second chance? I’m only a little bit evil now!” Then, just when all hope is lost, he walks into a library and meets the new head librarian. She might be the only vampire on the planet who has no clue who he is. Can he convince her he’s a good man, one who deserves to live forever? Because she’ll only turn the man who’s destined to be her mate.


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From New York Times Bestseller Mimi Jean Pamfiloff, comes a standalone Paranormal Romcom about second chances. CAN THIS EVIL VAMPIRE CHANGE HIS WAYS? Just a few short years ago, a medical miracle turned this ancient evil vampire into a human baby. Just a small setback in Mr. Nice’s plans for world domination, right? Wrong. Because now a slight problem with the transformati From New York Times Bestseller Mimi Jean Pamfiloff, comes a standalone Paranormal Romcom about second chances. CAN THIS EVIL VAMPIRE CHANGE HIS WAYS? Just a few short years ago, a medical miracle turned this ancient evil vampire into a human baby. Just a small setback in Mr. Nice’s plans for world domination, right? Wrong. Because now a slight problem with the transformation has left him aging five times faster than a regular human. Sure, he’s happier and stronger than he ever was in his past human life (These vitamins do wonders!), but if he wants to live, he’ll have to find a vampire willing to turn him. Fast! Of course, none of them are crazy enough to do it. Not after the hell he put the vampire world through, including the vampire king. “Will no one give me a second chance? I’m only a little bit evil now!” Then, just when all hope is lost, he walks into a library and meets the new head librarian. She might be the only vampire on the planet who has no clue who he is. Can he convince her he’s a good man, one who deserves to live forever? Because she’ll only turn the man who’s destined to be her mate.

30 review for Vampire Man

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tanya

    Review to comeMimi Jean Pamfiloff is always a go-to and automatic 1-click, because I know I'm going to get chemistry, lots of laughs, and a happy ending. Her storytelling never drags and I'm always left wanting to read more of her books. Vampire Man is the sixth in the Librarian's Vampire Assistant series and focuses on Mr. Nice, who in reality wasn't very nice at all. Yes, Ms. Pamfiloff, I see where you went with that... But then taking a cure for vampirism has caused him to age far too quickly, Review to comeMimi Jean Pamfiloff is always a go-to and automatic 1-click, because I know I'm going to get chemistry, lots of laughs, and a happy ending. Her storytelling never drags and I'm always left wanting to read more of her books. Vampire Man is the sixth in the Librarian's Vampire Assistant series and focuses on Mr. Nice, who in reality wasn't very nice at all. Yes, Ms. Pamfiloff, I see where you went with that... But then taking a cure for vampirism has caused him to age far too quickly, and even worse, in human form. But saving a young human woman and meeting another nice vampire, in addition to his impending demise, might be just what he needs to turn over a new leaf. And no spoilers, I'm sure you know how this ends - with him falling in love and having that HEA. But how he gets there is hilarious. The sarcasm is classic and this is just the book to read for some much needed escapsim from all things COVID.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Hannah

    So I finished Vampire Man ARC last night, thanks for that Mimi both the late night and the advanced copy. It was hysterical! Mr. Nice basically gets his second chance at life but accelerated aging has him determined to become a vampire again and go back to his evil ways, that is until he meets a girl. This is the perfect addition to the series, a nice little bonus book to conclude and tie up all the loose ends, meaning the fate of Mr. Nice. In typical Mimi fashion the bat-shit crazy vampire expl So I finished Vampire Man ARC last night, thanks for that Mimi both the late night and the advanced copy. It was hysterical! Mr. Nice basically gets his second chance at life but accelerated aging has him determined to become a vampire again and go back to his evil ways, that is until he meets a girl. This is the perfect addition to the series, a nice little bonus book to conclude and tie up all the loose ends, meaning the fate of Mr. Nice. In typical Mimi fashion the bat-shit crazy vampire explains all and tells all, well at least from his perspective, in this first person paranormal romance rom-com(ish) couldn't read it fast enough book.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sierra Clothier

    Look, I'm a huge fan of Author Mimi Jean Pamfiloff, but I think if ANYONE came across a book with a lead character who touts the fact that he's "only a little bit evil now" would grab up this gem and find out what the deal is with a vampire named Mr. Nice. It can absolutely be read as a standalone, but why wouldn't you want to know the whole story of an evil vampire mastermind who accidentally takes too much of the cure and turns into a baby? After the last book, I said to myself, how is Pamfilo Look, I'm a huge fan of Author Mimi Jean Pamfiloff, but I think if ANYONE came across a book with a lead character who touts the fact that he's "only a little bit evil now" would grab up this gem and find out what the deal is with a vampire named Mr. Nice. It can absolutely be read as a standalone, but why wouldn't you want to know the whole story of an evil vampire mastermind who accidentally takes too much of the cure and turns into a baby? After the last book, I said to myself, how is Pamfiloff going to deal with an evil baby who once tried to ruin everyone's lives? I read this book and sat in the corner in shame for doubting her skills. If there's one thing you can always count on, its Pamfiloff zigging when you expect her to zag. The laughs are fast and furious as we learn what Mr. Nice has been up to since he was a baby five years ago and now is a repressed 25 year old hunk with an unhealthy attachment to his new Mother. "Miriam never wants to speak to me again? Nor Stella? I have been her playmate for longer than I care to admit. Does anyone know how hard it is to dress a Barbie?" "Perhaps I will treat myself to another Mimi Jean book. They do make me laugh. Her depiction of vampires is ridiculous." "Liza looks stunning tonight with her huge blonde bun, thick glasses and a bulky dress that resembles a floral potato sack. I really appreciate when a woman is confident in herself and doesn’t try to impress. Her look says ‘I am sexy underneath this wall of impenetrable fabric. But you won’t get to see it unless you impress me first.'" This is Steviuus Nicephorus Racker's redemption story, and if he can't find someone to turn him back to a vampire soon he will turn to dust fast. While Mr. Nice meets two women who offer friendship, love and support, he doesn't think he's capable. "“I hope you will be too if you get your wish. I can see you have a big heart.”“I am afraid it is too late for me. I was raised without kindness or compassion. I only knew obedience and survival.”“That was then. This is now. You can change if you really want to. You can be a decent, caring man whether you live twelve more months or twelve more centuries.” Its kind of sad to see him not believe he's worth the trouble. "I do not respond. Mostly because I do not wish to quarrel. Also, because I do not want to disappoint her by being truthful. I will never be good like her and Liza. I can only be myself." Mr. Nice is put through his paces, and the twists and turns keep coming. I loved how Author Pamfiloff has Mr. Nice go back to his real name and depends to save the women, and the family, he cares about. His journey is exciting and thought provoking, basically highlighting how anyone can change and anyone can be loved. Its really a rather simple message that many of us have a hard time grasping. But poor Mr. Nice. He had to come to this conclusion while realizing leather pants aren't good for humans. Imagine the chafing while trying to save people!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Anna Theurer (Anna's Bookshelf)

    I seriously could not put this book down! Rarely does an author so skillfully weave together such a delightful story that leaves me frantically turning the pages all while keeping me on my toes and laughing at the zany antics of her characters. I am not even sure how to categorize this book as it checkmarks so many boxes. I am going to go with a paranormal, cozy mystery suspense with a romantic flare. If you are new to The Librarian’s Vampire Assistant series, then you are in for a treat because I seriously could not put this book down! Rarely does an author so skillfully weave together such a delightful story that leaves me frantically turning the pages all while keeping me on my toes and laughing at the zany antics of her characters. I am not even sure how to categorize this book as it checkmarks so many boxes. I am going to go with a paranormal, cozy mystery suspense with a romantic flare. If you are new to The Librarian’s Vampire Assistant series, then you are in for a treat because this author has a penchant for writing novels that are so engaging that you are loathe to put the book down to do things like eat or sleep. Mr. Nice, the narcissistic, eccentric former vampire is in quite the quandary. He needs to be changed back into a vampire, but no one will give him a chance. His character is a hoot and a half. I always found his theatrics to be wildly entertaining, but I wasn’t sure I would actually like him as a main character seeing as he was quite the villain in the previous novels. Yet this Vampire Man has won me over! His inner musings had me in hysterics and I really enjoyed the direction the author took his character in. His love interest is selfless, caring, and feisty. Of course, one would have to possess a lot of sass (and patience) to put up with man like him. She is nearly his opposite and yet she may be the person to bring out the best in him. However, there is just that pesky matter of Mr. Nice needing to convince her that he is a good man and no longer evil. Full of witty banter, action, romance, and a few clever twists, this book did not disappoint! Vampire Man is technically a standalone, however the entire The Librarian’s Vampire Assistant series is phenomenal and I do recommend starting at the beginning for the ultimate experience. If you are looking for a fast-paced, paranormal cozy mystery with unique characters and an original storyline, then you’ll definitely want to pick up this book! I voluntarily read an early version of this book. All thoughts and opinions expressed are entirely my own.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ioanna

    I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Vampire Man by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff is a paranormal romance. It's the sixth book from The Librarian's Vampire Assistant. Nicephorus known as Mr. Nice was an ancient deadly vampire who was feared by everyone. Five years ago Michael Vanderhorst discovered the cure for vampirism, Mr. Nice stole it and took a huge dose. That had terrible side effects, he became a baby human who was aging fast. In five years he went from a baby to a twenty-five-year-ol I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Vampire Man by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff is a paranormal romance. It's the sixth book from The Librarian's Vampire Assistant. Nicephorus known as Mr. Nice was an ancient deadly vampire who was feared by everyone. Five years ago Michael Vanderhorst discovered the cure for vampirism, Mr. Nice stole it and took a huge dose. That had terrible side effects, he became a baby human who was aging fast. In five years he went from a baby to a twenty-five-year-old man and he was left with only a year to live before he died. Mr. Nice had to find a vampire to turn him fast, the only problem was that the king had forbidden everyone from doing it. During his quest, he met Brandi Botellino. After saving her life she stuck with him until she could return home. While he was with her he felt that he didn't have to pretend and he could be himself. Also, little Brandi stirred emotions inside him that he had never imagined and it bothered him. She was a kind girl who helped others and believed in good. Could a Vampire Man like Mr. Nice change his life or was he doomed because of his past? It's the first book that I read from this series and I was pleasantly surprised. It's such an amusing story with elements from different genres. It's a combination of paranormal, romance, and mystery. The whole story is from Mr. Nice's point of view. It was like seeing the modern world from the eyes of a man from a different era. The plot was captivating, it was filled with funny antics from Nice and a battle between the good and bad. I read it at once and I'm quite proud of it because I don't read a lot of paranormal novels. The characters were amazing. Nice was the cruel sadistic vampire who was trying to find who he was. Brandi was a nice girl who tried to help everyone despite the way she grew up. Liza was an interesting character as well, she was so sweet and odd. My favorite parts were the hot tub and when he played the hero. I fell in love with this book and I will rate it with 5 stars. It's my new favorite paranormal story.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Marta Cox

    Here in the UK we have a phrase "no more Mr Nice guy " which seems appropriate for the former Vampire with preposterous ideas. Mr Nice has always sought world domination and to convince others that he means business he's created an image of himself that is evil, twisted and completely bonkers ! Having spent the last five years with Miriam (the woman he loves), Michael ( the male he hates most in the world ) and their daughter Stella, Nice finds himself in a quandary because unless he can persuad Here in the UK we have a phrase "no more Mr Nice guy " which seems appropriate for the former Vampire with preposterous ideas. Mr Nice has always sought world domination and to convince others that he means business he's created an image of himself that is evil, twisted and completely bonkers ! Having spent the last five years with Miriam (the woman he loves), Michael ( the male he hates most in the world ) and their daughter Stella, Nice finds himself in a quandary because unless he can persuade a Vampire to infect him again his day's of plotting mayhem and mass destruction are well and truly about to be over ! How do you redeem the villain who has caused such pain and suffering for characters we actually like ? Well you could let him see that there's good in the world and people that he could actually care about. Nice is having trouble turning back into a Vampire and somehow finds himself caught up helping Brandi a blood slave on the run. Nice has never suffered from a conscience before so why now does he feel he should help ? Maybe the Vampire librarian can be persuaded to fall for his charms but oddly Liza is unlike any Vampire that Nice has met before. He just keeps lunging from one hiccup to another as he struggles to make sense of everything he feels. I congratulate the author on another fun read and Nice was hilarious at times. I enjoyed being with him as he pondered what to do next and nearly all his plans just seemed to backfire. Sadly a character is killed off here who I quite liked so that did feel somewhat unnecessary and well sad ! This does have romance but for this reader it wasn't very convincing but that's probably because I just wasn't enamoured by the love interest although luckily Mr Nice was ! So not my favourite in this series but nevertheless a fun read that frequently made me smile. This voluntary take is of an advanced copy and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair

  7. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    Just when I thought that we'd heard the end of Mr. Nice he had other evil things in store for us! In this installment of this series we discover that the 'vampire cure' that Mr. Nice guzzled had a different effect on him than the others that took it. Here we learn that he is experiencing increased aging and has one year to live all while trying to dupe Michael Vanderhorst and his family into thinking that he had no memory and still attempting to plan world domination. Once the truth comes out, h Just when I thought that we'd heard the end of Mr. Nice he had other evil things in store for us! In this installment of this series we discover that the 'vampire cure' that Mr. Nice guzzled had a different effect on him than the others that took it. Here we learn that he is experiencing increased aging and has one year to live all while trying to dupe Michael Vanderhorst and his family into thinking that he had no memory and still attempting to plan world domination. Once the truth comes out, he is left to his own devices where he turns to his little black book of evil in an attempt to returning to being a vampire. While in his quest for immortality, Mr. Nice finds and saves a girl who was made into a vampire slave and attempts to save her and their journey together begins. Brandi, the vampire slave girl was taken from a bus station by an evil vampire acquaintance of Mr. Nice. She ends up saving Nice during his rescue attempt and ends up on the run with him from her taker. Brandi attempts to change his mind about his desire to become immortal again while developing feelings for him. Together, they meet another vampire who is a nice personality and cares for others who she befriends while Nice attempts to dupe into giving him immortality. I enjoyed this story from the start and enjoyed watching Mr. Nice struggle with his feelings and identity to others. He gets to be himself with Brandi and struggles between the act of his past and his desire to live in the present. The transformation was humorous and enlightening. The adventure was in typical crazy fashion for Mr. Nice and this series and I expected nothing else. Overall, this was a great read and I'm not sure if we can truly say the end of this series. I would definitely recommend this book to others as well as this series.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Heather Miller

    Nicephorus - Mr. Nice had plans for world domination. Until Michael Vanderhorst, started the rehumanization project. Michael thought Mr. Nice had his memory wiped clean, as Miriam's seemed to have been. That was a mistake in his thinking. Now, Mr. Nice is trying to find a way back to becoming a vampire. Michael put an order out that no one is to make new vampire's without his permission. Will Mr. Nice be able to persuade anyone to make him a vampire again?  Mr. Nice goes to some of his past frien Nicephorus - Mr. Nice had plans for world domination. Until Michael Vanderhorst, started the rehumanization project. Michael thought Mr. Nice had his memory wiped clean, as Miriam's seemed to have been. That was a mistake in his thinking. Now, Mr. Nice is trying to find a way back to becoming a vampire. Michael put an order out that no one is to make new vampire's without his permission. Will Mr. Nice be able to persuade anyone to make him a vampire again?  Mr. Nice goes to some of his past friends who he thought might be able to change him. Along the way he finds Brandi Botellino who is being held against her will.  Mr. Nice has turned a new leaf and helps Brandi upsetting a few other vampires along the way. Mr. Nice helps Brandi escape and they wind back up in Phoenix at Michael Vanderhorst's house to figure out the next move.  Brandi is a young college student, who believes people are generally good. Mr. Nice see's this 'goodness' in her. He does think she's just on the naïve side and wonders in a world such as the one we currently live in how can she be so positive about life?  Mr. Nice goes into the Library Miriam owns and works at only to find it open! Who is running the library? Mr. Nice finds a new vampire, Liza who is running it. Mr. Nice plays human well and gets to know Liza. Who he finds out is an 'older' vampire than even he was! She is a 2nd generation vampire. Mr. Nice is plotting on trying to get Liza to turn him. Will Mr. Nice be able to con Liza into helping him? Or will Liza be able to see through Mr. Nice?   We do have more plot twists and turns throughout the book. Will Mr. Nice be able to save himself from his 'human' life? Will Mr. Nice be persuaded to look at the 'good' life has to offer after being with Liza & Brandi? I did receive a free ARC copy of this book. I am freely leaving an honest review. 

  9. 4 out of 5

    Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews

    What happens when the evilest, vilest, craziest, and best-dressed vampire ever to, well…..live…. gets turned into a human baby to be raised by his nemesis and one true love? You get the story of Mr. Nice. After a medical mishap with the cure vampires can take to turn them human again, Mr. Nice is back. Having aged 20+ years in only the past five, he is now a human man on the outside (and quite a stunning one if you ask him), yet he still has the vampire emotions on the inside. He is a vampire man What happens when the evilest, vilest, craziest, and best-dressed vampire ever to, well…..live…. gets turned into a human baby to be raised by his nemesis and one true love? You get the story of Mr. Nice. After a medical mishap with the cure vampires can take to turn them human again, Mr. Nice is back. Having aged 20+ years in only the past five, he is now a human man on the outside (and quite a stunning one if you ask him), yet he still has the vampire emotions on the inside. He is a vampire man, still evil and vile. And yet, being raised in a home by Michael and Miriam has instilled in him pesky emotions and a conscience that is frankly getting annoying. On a quest to once again become a vampire, Nice encounters a number of obstacles as his friends from his past life are just as evil as he was. Being forced to associate with a nicer, kinder class of vampires, Nice finds himself start to develop tender emotions, attachments and starting to care more about other people than he does for himself. Nice 2.0 actually lives up to his name. He’s become sweet! The trouble is, he spends hundreds of years building such a bad reputation, why would anyone believe that he’s changed? The thing I love about Mimi Jean’s stories is the ridiculousness of it all. She does not take herself seriously, and her books are utterly preposterous. The situations the characters find themselves in are literally laughable and it all becomes a train wreck that you can’t walk away from. But why would you?? Her stories are an engaging mess of fun characters, silly situations, and real plots that always manage to throw in a twist that I never saw coming. Vampire Man was a wild romp and a crazy ride and made me love the crazy Mr. Nice even more than I thought possible. Review copy provided for a voluntary review.

  10. 4 out of 5

    B-Books Review

    “𝙊𝙝 𝙣𝙤. 𝙄 𝙠𝙣𝙚𝙬 𝙩𝙝𝙞𝙨 𝙬𝙖𝙨 𝙖 𝙩𝙧𝙖𝙥. 𝘽𝙪𝙩 𝙙𝙤𝙚𝙨 𝙖𝙣𝙮𝙤𝙣𝙚 𝙘𝙤𝙣𝙨𝙪𝙡𝙩 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙚𝙫𝙞𝙡 𝙫𝙖𝙢𝙥𝙞𝙧𝙚? 𝙉𝙤. 𝙏𝙝𝙚𝙮 𝙟𝙪𝙨𝙩 𝙧𝙪𝙣 𝙤𝙛𝙛 𝙥𝙡𝙖𝙮𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙝𝙚𝙧𝙤.” 🧛 Let’s talk about “Vampire Man by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff”, sixth book in The Librarian's Vampire Assistant series. 🧛‍♀️ This is the first book I read from this popular series and I don’t know why I didn’t dive it sooner. Mimi brought a lot of fun with this story, packed with a character so obtuse and egocentric, yet so amazing. Mr. Nice or baby Nice or Racker or the several names she title hi “𝙊𝙝 𝙣𝙤. 𝙄 𝙠𝙣𝙚𝙬 𝙩𝙝𝙞𝙨 𝙬𝙖𝙨 𝙖 𝙩𝙧𝙖𝙥. 𝘽𝙪𝙩 𝙙𝙤𝙚𝙨 𝙖𝙣𝙮𝙤𝙣𝙚 𝙘𝙤𝙣𝙨𝙪𝙡𝙩 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙚𝙫𝙞𝙡 𝙫𝙖𝙢𝙥𝙞𝙧𝙚? 𝙉𝙤. 𝙏𝙝𝙚𝙮 𝙟𝙪𝙨𝙩 𝙧𝙪𝙣 𝙤𝙛𝙛 𝙥𝙡𝙖𝙮𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙝𝙚𝙧𝙤.” 🧛 Let’s talk about “Vampire Man by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff”, sixth book in The Librarian's Vampire Assistant series. 🧛‍♀️ This is the first book I read from this popular series and I don’t know why I didn’t dive it sooner. Mimi brought a lot of fun with this story, packed with a character so obtuse and egocentric, yet so amazing. Mr. Nice or baby Nice or Racker or the several names she title himself, remembered me of Klaus, from the tv series The Originals, you know? He is kind of the villain but you can’t help but love and cheer for him to succeed. He also had a bit of Pink and the Brains cartoon, since he his ultimate goal was for World Domination! Nice took the cure for vampirism but he took too much, so he reverted to a new born. But there was a huge problem, for some reason he has an accelerated aging grow and five years later he is in his mid-twenties. If he doesn’t find a vampire to turn him back to a vampire he will die within a year. He desires to became a full vampire, since he says he is a vampire on the inside and a human on the outside, so he a weak link to the world. But to achieve that he find himself in a lot of shenanigans and crazy situations. His development is like turning water to wine, difficult but it was so there, he had to learn a lot, how to be a friend, a sweat human to save and cherish, the possibility to never become an evil vampire again and the most problematic, discover that he has some non evil feelings. This was a fun and light reading, that although it lacks steamy scenes it compensates in mysteries, action and blood sucking suspense. I loved Mr. Nice and I’d like to call for a minute of silence for his long rap sheet! May it Rest In Peace. Blech!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Claire Annovazzi

    Damn it, she did it! After reading the 5 previous books in the series, I thought I could never empathize with Nice, Michael Vanderhorst’s ridiculously evil nemesis. I should have known that the author had an ace in her sleeve. It’s written in Nice’s point of view, so don’t believe everything you read. Or… believe it and watch as he slowly reinvents himself. It isn’t always subtle–because neither Nice nor the author are masters of subtlety–but it’s definitely enjoyable. It starts five years after t Damn it, she did it! After reading the 5 previous books in the series, I thought I could never empathize with Nice, Michael Vanderhorst’s ridiculously evil nemesis. I should have known that the author had an ace in her sleeve. It’s written in Nice’s point of view, so don’t believe everything you read. Or… believe it and watch as he slowly reinvents himself. It isn’t always subtle–because neither Nice nor the author are masters of subtlety–but it’s definitely enjoyable. It starts five years after the end of the last book. So much happened that I’d have liked to read more about it, especially how baby Nice became the younger child of reunited couple Michael and Miriam. We still get to see snippets, but through Nice’s distorted point of view. Still, the more Nice re-evaluates his life, the more we learn about the family moments and how they changed him. It seriously made me swoon. There aren’t enough scenes between Michael and Nice! What I’ve read made me crave for more. It looked like the relationship between a father and his teenage son–which is absolutely hilarious since Nice is 300 vampire years old but 5 human years old with the face of a 25 year old man. If your head hurts, you’re reading about a Mimi’s book. Extremely funny, completely unexpected, with a sprinkle of action, this was a perfect addition to the series. Quickie - Series: The librarian’s vampire assistant #6 (can be read as a standalone) - Hashtags: #paranormal romance #second chance #vampire - Trigger: some vampire violence - Main couple: Brandi Botellino & Nice - Hotness: 1/5 - Romance: 4/5 - + more meta humor, I love it! - – I’d have loved to see more family time between Michael and Nice

  12. 4 out of 5

    Dali

    Mimi Jean Pamfiloff writes a fun, exciting and touching vampire romance. I couldn’t have hoped for a better story for Mr. Nice For centuries, Mr. Nice had been anything but. He was set on world domination or at last vampire domination until he took too much of the cure for vampirism which turned him into a human baby. Placed under the care of his nemesis while retaining his memory, he starts aging so fast he’ll be dead in a year if he isn’t turned back into a vampire. But after all the upheaval h Mimi Jean Pamfiloff writes a fun, exciting and touching vampire romance. I couldn’t have hoped for a better story for Mr. Nice For centuries, Mr. Nice had been anything but. He was set on world domination or at last vampire domination until he took too much of the cure for vampirism which turned him into a human baby. Placed under the care of his nemesis while retaining his memory, he starts aging so fast he’ll be dead in a year if he isn’t turned back into a vampire. But after all the upheaval he’s put the vampire world through, the vampire king has forbidden his change. Can he find and convince someone that he’s just quasi-evil? The diet coke of evil, just one calorie! I had loved Mr. Nice as a villain in the previous books. He’s eccentric and batsh!t crazy and I couldn’t imagine him as a hero. It turns out I didn’t have to worry. Mimi Jean did her magic. The story is engaging, has ingenious twists and turns, I laughed at Nice’s crazy antics and inner musings and there were no words to describe how much I loved Mr. Nice and his character development and growth. Vampire Man is book #6 of The Librarian’s Vampire Assistant series by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff. It a paranormal romance told from Mr. Nice’s point of view with a HEA. Genres: Paranormal Romance. Amazon -> https://amzn.to/2Ph1jOQ ★ I was given an ARC of this book courtesy of the author. The excerpts are from that copy. I am voluntarily reviewing this title. ★ See all my book edits on Instagram ★ FaceBook ★

  13. 5 out of 5

    ╰⊱♥⊱╮ღ꧁Kathy,Ahmazing Book Faerie꧂ღ╭⊱♥≺

    As always, my thanks goes to Mimi and co for allowing me to ARC read for you again! I love the opportunity. So, mr. Nice who wasn't so nice, and paid the ultimate price for being not Nice is back for his final showdown. And what a story he has to tell! As we know, after being greedy and drinking enough potion to humanize half the vampire population, mr Nice found himself as a baby, and taken in by Miriam and his arch enemy, Michael! How could things get worse than that!.? Well, this is a Mimi stor As always, my thanks goes to Mimi and co for allowing me to ARC read for you again! I love the opportunity. So, mr. Nice who wasn't so nice, and paid the ultimate price for being not Nice is back for his final showdown. And what a story he has to tell! As we know, after being greedy and drinking enough potion to humanize half the vampire population, mr Nice found himself as a baby, and taken in by Miriam and his arch enemy, Michael! How could things get worse than that!.? Well, this is a Mimi story, so that's not going to be hard, but how her mind comes up with this craziness. . . No, we won't go there! Suffice it to say, Karma hasn't finished with Nice yet, Haha! Great little tribute there to 'What we do in the shadows' staring the wonderfully hilarious Taika Waititi. If you haven't already, then you should watch it. ( I'm pretty sure mimi used it as inspiration for her characters!?) Lol Anyway, I digress. Nice has been a baby for five years, but is aging rapidly, and has found his first grey hair eeeeeek! He is constantly reminding the reader just how amazingly awesome and verile he is, and is convinced all the ladies want him. He just cant see that the one under his very roof is genuinely falling for him, he's too busy trying to seduce a powerful female vampire into changing him back into a vampire. All kinds of crazy antics ensue, with mr Nice becoming mr Sweet, or Steviuus, depending on his present mood swing. So that's as near to spoilers as I'm getting. . . . Eventually, as is to be expected things get sorted and all is back on track, and we have a complete story. The End? Lol! Hope you enjoy this crazy conclusion as much as I did.

  14. 5 out of 5

    S Paschal

    The despicable Mr. Nice has taken the cure for vampirism and accidentally reverted to a baby. Now aging rapidly, five years after becoming human again, he's in the body of a twenty-five year old man. Cared for by Michael and his librarian Miriam, Mr. Nice is still his evil self even though he pretends to love his makeshift 'family.' The only thing that will save him from his premature aging is to become a vampire once again; besides he misses the strength and speed he used to have. The vampires The despicable Mr. Nice has taken the cure for vampirism and accidentally reverted to a baby. Now aging rapidly, five years after becoming human again, he's in the body of a twenty-five year old man. Cared for by Michael and his librarian Miriam, Mr. Nice is still his evil self even though he pretends to love his makeshift 'family.' The only thing that will save him from his premature aging is to become a vampire once again; besides he misses the strength and speed he used to have. The vampires owe him the chance to reclaim his glorious self! Mr. Nice is deliciously evil. He's got a strange world view that shines an altogether different light on the events of the vampire war and his relationships with Michael and Miriam. In his quest to regain his immortality, Nice saves a potential victim of one of his old vampire 'friends.' He doesn't really understand why he would do that, but it feels right in the moment. Throughout the story, Nice struggles to evolve into the man he should have been. He reclaims his birth name, learns to respect and care for others and even to protect those he loves. He gets a second chance to be a good man. Along the way he meets some interesting folks including a kind-hearted, yak-herding hippie vamp, some members of a vampire hunting cult and a beautiful, unwilling vampire convert. Nice is amusing and endearing in his own way. His view of the world is laugh-out-loud funny at times and heartbreaking at others. Learning his history and watching him grow up again was well worth the read. A wonderful way to wrap up the Librarian's Vampire Assistant series. Four stars.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Svetlana Watkins

    What a wonderfully evil story! Mr Nice, the evil vampire whose plans for world domination were thwarted by his own hand at the end of the last book when he swallowed a whole bottle of the cure for vampirism, finds himself stuck in the body of a baby, being raised by his arch nemesis and the love of his life alongside their daughter, none of whom realise that he had kept his memories and still plans to execute his evil plans. However, aside-effect of the cure is that he is rapidly aging (at the a What a wonderfully evil story! Mr Nice, the evil vampire whose plans for world domination were thwarted by his own hand at the end of the last book when he swallowed a whole bottle of the cure for vampirism, finds himself stuck in the body of a baby, being raised by his arch nemesis and the love of his life alongside their daughter, none of whom realise that he had kept his memories and still plans to execute his evil plans. However, aside-effect of the cure is that he is rapidly aging (at the age of 5 looks 25) and will likely be dead within the year unless he can be turned back into a vampire. When his "family" discovers he is still evil they abandon him, leaving him to fend for himself, to die alone. What is Mr Nice to do? What follows is a romp across the country as Nice finds and loses the true love of his life, discovers long forgotten feelings he doesn't understand as he trips at every turn, falling foul of other vampires, of the Vampire King and of group of vampire hunters who plan to fry him! With her usual usual mix of humour, mayhem and downright 'evilness', Pamfiloff has given us another scorcher. I cried tears of both laughter and sorrow as I read this wonderful book. Pamfiloff delivers a punchy tale, told in her own inimicable style, in a book I just couldn't put down (and read in one sitting). The characters leap off the page, the pace never slows and there are all the twists and turns I've come to expect from her books. It's a delight, as usual, and I can't recommend it highly enough.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Myria

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Mr Nice had taken the cure but way to much and apart from the supposed serious memory loss problems no one knew the full side effects of taking such a large dose. However Mr Nice doesnt care he takes more than he should and the end result is he ends up a baby again a human baby with supposedly no memory of the danger he's posed to not just the human world but to the society of vampires that live under the rule of Mr Nice's arch enemy Vanderhorst. With no one wanting to raise Mr Nice from baby to Mr Nice had taken the cure but way to much and apart from the supposed serious memory loss problems no one knew the full side effects of taking such a large dose. However Mr Nice doesnt care he takes more than he should and the end result is he ends up a baby again a human baby with supposedly no memory of the danger he's posed to not just the human world but to the society of vampires that live under the rule of Mr Nice's arch enemy Vanderhorst. With no one wanting to raise Mr Nice from baby to adulthood Michael and Miriam decide there may be a way to raise him right to change the outcome of his life to make Mr Nice into well a nice person only problem is he's aging quicker than any human child would and with Nice having all his memories and being human he's just wants to complete his goal to become a vampire again and gain his dream of world domination. However he soon starts to realise things have changed for him hes been raised differently this time he maybe only 5yrs old in age but hes in the body of a 25yr old thats quickly aging. This time round hes had a mother and father who despite all thats happened between them really care for him and Nice has feelings way to many for the once hardened evil vampire to understand as he's never had them before.. Can Mr Nice change his evil ways before its to late well if anyone can be whomever they want to be its Mr Nice aslong as he doesn't let his evil side show to much 😉

  17. 5 out of 5

    Shiboune

    Don’t let the name fool you, Mr Nice is anything but nice. He’s an extremely evil, moderately insane, ancient vampire bent on world domination. There is however one not so small problem, his nemesis figured out a way to cure vampirism and several years ago he was transformed into a human baby, left to the mercy of Vanderhorst’s care. Now he’s aging faster than he should and none of the vampire doctors know why. Now he’s bent on returning to his former glory and of course World Domination, he jus Don’t let the name fool you, Mr Nice is anything but nice. He’s an extremely evil, moderately insane, ancient vampire bent on world domination. There is however one not so small problem, his nemesis figured out a way to cure vampirism and several years ago he was transformed into a human baby, left to the mercy of Vanderhorst’s care. Now he’s aging faster than he should and none of the vampire doctors know why. Now he’s bent on returning to his former glory and of course World Domination, he just needs to find a vampire willing to turn him. Too bad the Vampire King has made that option basically illegal. How hard can it be to find a vampire willing to break the rules? Well fortunately there is a new vampire librarian who doesn’t know anything about Nice and his former life and antics. Now he just needs to convince her he’s a good man so she will change him. As he works to convince Liza he may just learn a few things about himself, like perhaps he’s not as evil as he once was. Mimi Jean Pamfiloff has found new ways to delight readers with her characters. Vampire Man is the sixth book in the LVA world is a stand alone book that catches you up on anything you need to know if you haven’t read the first 5 books. True to form Mimi keeps you on the edge of your seat and unable to put the book down. Any Mimi fan will find little easter eggs and the engaging writing we have come to expect from this witty author.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sandi

    Vampire Man is technically a standalone novel in the Librarian’s Vampire Assistant universe. You can pick this book up and not feel lost. That said, I don’t recommend it. Why? Because you will be missing out on the main character’s most delightfully dastardly moments. The books are full length but they are also quick reads. Go for it. Everyone needs more of Mr. Nice in their lives. So, Vampire Man starts off with Mr. Nice as Baby Nice but he is aging rapidly. Freshly “cured” and not happy about Vampire Man is technically a standalone novel in the Librarian’s Vampire Assistant universe. You can pick this book up and not feel lost. That said, I don’t recommend it. Why? Because you will be missing out on the main character’s most delightfully dastardly moments. The books are full length but they are also quick reads. Go for it. Everyone needs more of Mr. Nice in their lives. So, Vampire Man starts off with Mr. Nice as Baby Nice but he is aging rapidly. Freshly “cured” and not happy about it. He is determined to rise again as the most powerful vampire in all the lands and nothing can stop him from his devious plans of world domination, including a few new grey hairs. Thing is, his quest for power is constantly derailed and he has many detours to domination. The author does include the expected plot twist. Don’t try to guess it. Remain in your seat at all times but throw your hands in the air and enjoy the ride. Is this a story of revenge or redemption? You will have to read it to find out. Technical details – There is a lot going on but the pace is steady, so you won’t get a headache trying to keep up. There is a love story but this is a very slow burn. Be patient and enjoy the journey. It is light on steam but heavy on story. If you are familiar with the author’s earlier paranormal series, you will find easter eggs.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne Irving

    Mr Nice is.....nice? Well yes, and then also no. You cannot have expected that our favorite evil vampire would change completely. Could you? The latest update we had was that Mr Nice had been turned into a human baby and this book picks up a few years later. One of Mr Nice’s favorite writers Mimi Jean Pamfiloff (I hope I spelled that right) has written this story which is the sixth book in her The Librarian’s Vampire Assistant series. The story will make perfect sense to you if you haven’t read Mr Nice is.....nice? Well yes, and then also no. You cannot have expected that our favorite evil vampire would change completely. Could you? The latest update we had was that Mr Nice had been turned into a human baby and this book picks up a few years later. One of Mr Nice’s favorite writers Mimi Jean Pamfiloff (I hope I spelled that right) has written this story which is the sixth book in her The Librarian’s Vampire Assistant series. The story will make perfect sense to you if you haven’t read the rest of the series but this is an amazing series so read the rest as well. This series is unlike every other vampire series you have ever read. It is laugh out loud funny for one. It also has an incredible amount of background to the vampires and the vampire society they live in. This is part of why you will get a lot more out of this book if you have read the rest of the series. What else can I say without giving away what happens to Mr Nice? There is lots of adventure, visits from characters from the other books, bad guys and girls, good guys and girls, kissing, more adventure and you get the idea. More deliciousness from Ms Mimi Jean which is all you really need to know. Six stars mam six stars.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Tasha

    Absolutely loved it! Mimi Jean Pamfiloff has done it again, and may have just saved the best for last. I absolutely loved Vampire Man, the newest standalone novel related to her Librarian’s Vampire Assistant series. The inner musings of Mr. Nice had me laughing out loud. This is the story of Mr. Nice after the events of The Librarian’s Vampire Assistant 5. Human again and just a little bit evil, Mr. Nice searches for a vampire willing to change him back into a vampire. Mimi is so skilled at creat Absolutely loved it! Mimi Jean Pamfiloff has done it again, and may have just saved the best for last. I absolutely loved Vampire Man, the newest standalone novel related to her Librarian’s Vampire Assistant series. The inner musings of Mr. Nice had me laughing out loud. This is the story of Mr. Nice after the events of The Librarian’s Vampire Assistant 5. Human again and just a little bit evil, Mr. Nice searches for a vampire willing to change him back into a vampire. Mimi is so skilled at creating such interesting and loveable characters and I loved how she took Mr. Nice from villain in the other stories to the hero? Mr. Sweet of this story. At the beginning of the story, Mr. Nice is very much the same as he was in the other books, but as the story progressed Mimi shows more about why Mr. Nice is the way he is and how he has a chance at redemption and love. As always, Mimi’s story is woven with laughs, and twists and turns that kept me turning the page. She definitely doesn’t bore you with her hilarious and often out-there situations. I enjoyed having other characters, specifically Michael, Miriam, and Stella, from the previous books show up and catching up on where they are in their stories. Well done.

  21. 5 out of 5

    BookAddict

    Mr. Nice is a despicable, horrid, egotistical, vapid vampire(ish), so I'm completely bamboozled as to how he managed to win my sympathy within the first two chapters. I guess it doesn’t hurt that this crafty, clever wordsmith had me laughing out loud by the second paragraph. That has to be some kind of record, right? And I’m not much of a paranormal fan these days, but it seems I’ll follow MJP pretty much anywhere in romantic fiction. Quirky and off-beat, follow Mr. Nice who has taken the vampire Mr. Nice is a despicable, horrid, egotistical, vapid vampire(ish), so I'm completely bamboozled as to how he managed to win my sympathy within the first two chapters. I guess it doesn’t hurt that this crafty, clever wordsmith had me laughing out loud by the second paragraph. That has to be some kind of record, right? And I’m not much of a paranormal fan these days, but it seems I’ll follow MJP pretty much anywhere in romantic fiction. Quirky and off-beat, follow Mr. Nice who has taken the vampire cure and become a baby, and now he's aging at an incredible rate. He must find someone to turn him or he’ll die soon. Mr. Nice, who's anything but, finds himself depending on two very different women and devising devious ways to manipulate his vampire associates in order to achieve has objective. But the two ladies in his life may be rubbing off on him (and no, it's not *that* kind of romance) and the evil Mr. Nice finds he may not be as evil as he thought. Ridiculous, outrageous, unbelievable and a laugh a minute, PNR fan or not, you won’t be able to resist this hilarious, loveable, and not-so-evil vampire man and his quest for immortality.

  22. 4 out of 5

    DJ Sakata

    Favorite Quote: My most recent coven was founded by yours truly, the New Orleans Spicy Gumbo Society. I am quite proud of the name since we refer to humans from that region as spicy gumbo. They are quite flavorful. My Review: This is my first time delving into this popular series and while I swear it isn’t on purpose, but it does seem to be my fate to pick it up an amusing series near or at the tail end of the tale. I don’t read a lot of paranormal as I’m just far too lazy for all the worldbuilding Favorite Quote: My most recent coven was founded by yours truly, the New Orleans Spicy Gumbo Society. I am quite proud of the name since we refer to humans from that region as spicy gumbo. They are quite flavorful. My Review: This is my first time delving into this popular series and while I swear it isn’t on purpose, but it does seem to be my fate to pick it up an amusing series near or at the tail end of the tale. I don’t read a lot of paranormal as I’m just far too lazy for all the worldbuilding and strange rules, but I didn’t seem to mind it so much as Ms. Pamfiloff layers hers with extra servings of clever irony and caustic humor – such as chocolate being a narcotic for vampires and used as a weapon against them. Although I would be a poor soldier in an army against them as I would be tempted to eat my ammo. This was a quick and lighthearted read that had me smirking my way through the clever digs, snarky observations, and witty inner musings of Mr. Nice as he schemed and considered his master plan of World Domination! Now I’ve done it, I’m going to have to amass the rest of the series and start it from the beginning.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Heather Miller

    I ❤❤❤ Vampire Man!! I wasn't sure how Mr. Nice's story would play out considering how evil he was, but this story was absolutely amazing. Nice is 5 years old but looks 25... and no one knows why his body is drastically changing. Doctors say that he'll age out and die within a year. No one knew that he still had all of his memories... and when his family finds out, they leave him alone in the house. Nice now decides its time to become a vampire again... except the King has made it illegal for ANYO I ❤❤❤ Vampire Man!! I wasn't sure how Mr. Nice's story would play out considering how evil he was, but this story was absolutely amazing. Nice is 5 years old but looks 25... and no one knows why his body is drastically changing. Doctors say that he'll age out and die within a year. No one knew that he still had all of his memories... and when his family finds out, they leave him alone in the house. Nice now decides its time to become a vampire again... except the King has made it illegal for ANYONE to make him a vampire again. Along his journey to find someone powerful enough to change him, he meets a human woman named Brandi. Together they travel back to Phoenix and form a strange alliance. Their story is sooooo sweet and heartbreaking at the same time. Lol as much as I didn't like Nice in the other books, I really, really liked him in this one. And I'm sooooo glad that everything worked out with a HEA.... and that his family, Michael, Miriam and Stella, accepted him back with open arms.... sigh. 😍😍😍 I really, really loved this!! I recieved an ARC for my honest review.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kathy O'Toole

    In book six of this series (I won’t say final because with Mimi, you never know), we find Michael, Merriam, Stella and “baby Nice” all reunited and living as a family. All of the science says that Nice has lost all memory of being the evil vampire he once was. Unfortunately, this is not true. Also, unfortunately, or perhaps not, he is aging at a very fast rate and there is nothing to do to stop it. Once Nice slips up and Michael finds out that he has been played, he takes his family and leaves N In book six of this series (I won’t say final because with Mimi, you never know), we find Michael, Merriam, Stella and “baby Nice” all reunited and living as a family. All of the science says that Nice has lost all memory of being the evil vampire he once was. Unfortunately, this is not true. Also, unfortunately, or perhaps not, he is aging at a very fast rate and there is nothing to do to stop it. Once Nice slips up and Michael finds out that he has been played, he takes his family and leaves Nice to figure things out on his own. Of course, all Nice wants to to is to find someone to turn him back into a vampire. Not so easy since the King has made it illegal for anyone to turn him. Nice sets out to find someone to help him but he gets a lot more than he ever expected. Can such an evil, ancient vampire change his ways? This book I’d a must read to find out because with Mimi Jean, you just never know! If you have read her other books, you will also get a giggle or two from the Easter eggs hidden in the story.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ann Ellis

    Retired as a vampire, (mind you, not voluntarily) Mr. Nice, gets a do over. He was very powerful and evil fellow before he was changed back to a human being. The downside this is he starts out as a baby. The upside, he’s retained his memories as a vampire and gets to be held by a woman he loves. The real bummer is he is aging exponentially. He’s technically 5 years old but rocking an young adult man’s bod. Ain’t modern nutrition grand? When his adopted family finds out about he retained his memo Retired as a vampire, (mind you, not voluntarily) Mr. Nice, gets a do over. He was very powerful and evil fellow before he was changed back to a human being. The downside this is he starts out as a baby. The upside, he’s retained his memories as a vampire and gets to be held by a woman he loves. The real bummer is he is aging exponentially. He’s technically 5 years old but rocking an young adult man’s bod. Ain’t modern nutrition grand? When his adopted family finds out about he retained his memory of his past vampire life, they abandon him to face his future alone. How could they do this to him? Why he can’t even cook for himself. Can Nice find a way to become a vampire again? Can he do this before he dies? Or will he find a way to out fox his fate? This is a laugh out loud novel, that gives the inside scoop on how Mr. Nice sees the world, others and himself. He has no illusions about himself, but he may finds out more about his own strengths and weaknesses as he navigates his new very short life. I highly recommend this book along with entire series.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Monica

    Mr. Nice is anything but. He's an arrogant, self-absorbed  300 yr old vampire who's only desire is world domination. But five years ago he took a serum designed to change him back into a human but something went horribly wrong with drastic repercussions. Now he'll try to figure out who he really is and who he wants to be. And a certain young lady may have a bit to do with his sudden desire to change. But his need to become a vampire again will conflict with his notoriously evil past. Is any vamp Mr. Nice is anything but. He's an arrogant, self-absorbed  300 yr old vampire who's only desire is world domination. But five years ago he took a serum designed to change him back into a human but something went horribly wrong with drastic repercussions. Now he'll try to figure out who he really is and who he wants to be. And a certain young lady may have a bit to do with his sudden desire to change. But his need to become a vampire again will conflict with his notoriously evil past. Is any vampire willing to turn Mr. Nice?   Twenty four year old Brandi thought her life was over when she is suddenly saved by a vampire. Now she needs his protection to keep her safe. But she doesn't condone his past behavior and isn't sure he is capable of change. Although this book is part of a series I didn't have  much trouble following the story line. I thoroughly enjoyed the hilariously entertaining Mr. Nice as well as the supporting characters. You won't be expecting the twists towards the end.  I received an ARC and voluntarily offer this review.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Melanie Marnell

    Vampire Man is the perfect ending to Mimi Jean Pamfiloff's The Librarian's Vampire Assistant. It's witty if not downright funny in places. There are some brilliant twists and turns and even a couple of...darn I didn't see that coming moments including the ending. I am going to miss new additions to this series but I know there are re-reads in my future. Mr Nice finds that he's become a delectable vampire morsel as he tries to find a solution to his predicament. Having the tables turned on him is Vampire Man is the perfect ending to Mimi Jean Pamfiloff's The Librarian's Vampire Assistant. It's witty if not downright funny in places. There are some brilliant twists and turns and even a couple of...darn I didn't see that coming moments including the ending. I am going to miss new additions to this series but I know there are re-reads in my future. Mr Nice finds that he's become a delectable vampire morsel as he tries to find a solution to his predicament. Having the tables turned on him is an entirely new experience and one he definitely doesn't like. In addition Karma has delivered a healthy dose of comeuppance to the lying, cheating, evil ex- vampire in the form losing his new family and a sweet human female, Brandi. She doesn't lie or cheat, has strong moral compass and chastises him for being devious. Nice is smitten with her but he doesn't do humans...blech! Suddenly, Brandi's life is in danger and Nice pulls out all the stops to save her

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jackie

    Holy character development batman! Ok so going in, I thought this might finally be the book to break MJP's steak of perfection for me but not was I wrong! I LOVED getting Nice's backstory and learning his side of things. I absolutely adore that Mimi didn't try to repaint him as some batman style dark hero. All his actions were still considered horrible or bat crap crazy but we learn some of the method to his madness. Also, I've read plenty of books with Mac's pretending to be bad or having a big Holy character development batman! Ok so going in, I thought this might finally be the book to break MJP's steak of perfection for me but not was I wrong! I LOVED getting Nice's backstory and learning his side of things. I absolutely adore that Mimi didn't try to repaint him as some batman style dark hero. All his actions were still considered horrible or bat crap crazy but we learn some of the method to his madness. Also, I've read plenty of books with Mac's pretending to be bad or having a big heart with a dark past, but I have NEVER read the villain simply pretending to be good. Trying to actually be good? Yeah. But never a madman convincing the world he's evil, unintentionally adopting the persona as their personality, pretending to be good to con someone, identity crisis, then...? When he finally has no one around to pretend for, who will he be? Who will he want to be? Read to find out, you won't be disappointed.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Queen B

    Vampire Man was a fun read. It continues the story of Mr. Nice, who we last knew as a baby in LVA #5. Quick recall: he took the cure for vampirism but took too much and reverted all the way back to being an infant. Five years later and he’s aged to his mid-twenties and his accelerated aging will be the end of him unless he finds someone to turn him back into a vampire. What follows next is typical Mimi Jean shenanigans. Mr. Nice is trying to get back to his evil ways but discovers some roadblocks Vampire Man was a fun read. It continues the story of Mr. Nice, who we last knew as a baby in LVA #5. Quick recall: he took the cure for vampirism but took too much and reverted all the way back to being an infant. Five years later and he’s aged to his mid-twenties and his accelerated aging will be the end of him unless he finds someone to turn him back into a vampire. What follows next is typical Mimi Jean shenanigans. Mr. Nice is trying to get back to his evil ways but discovers some roadblocks along the way: a friendly vampire, a sweet human to save, and discovering he does have some non-evil feelings. Vampire Man was funny, OTT ridiculous in a good way, and weirdly sweet. Fast paced and exciting, I couldn’t put Vampire Man down and recommend it if you loved any of the other LVA books.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Vickie

    I’m so glad this book was written. I loved the Librarians Vampire Assistant series and Mr. Nice was quite the character. I always wondered if we would get some time in his brain and this book delivered. The old, eccentric, uber evil vamp gets a do-over and we get to see what he does with it. After he overdosed on the serum to cure his vampirism weird things happen, he’s now a baby in need of a family to raise him. It’s a new case study on Nature vs Nurture the vamp edition. Par for course I spen I’m so glad this book was written. I loved the Librarians Vampire Assistant series and Mr. Nice was quite the character. I always wondered if we would get some time in his brain and this book delivered. The old, eccentric, uber evil vamp gets a do-over and we get to see what he does with it. After he overdosed on the serum to cure his vampirism weird things happen, he’s now a baby in need of a family to raise him. It’s a new case study on Nature vs Nurture the vamp edition. Par for course I spent a couple nights reading way past my bedtime trying to suppress my giggles, so I don’t wake the hubby. It’s a witty page turner that you won’t regret floating to the top of your TBR pile. Also, it’s a standalone, you can read the Librarians Vampire Assistant series for some background on the characters and their history, but this book holds its own very well.

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